DESCRIPTION With the rise in visitors, not just to the Tay region but to the whole of Scotland, there is an opportunity for social enterprises to offer unique experiences or goods for sale that also benefit the community that they support. This event will link to the Tay Cities Deal bid for Creating CommuniTAY Business and the Dundee and Angus College Hospitality Finishing School.
What are the opportunities and the challenges that face local social enterprises entering or developing business in this market? Do you have the skills and connections to grow sustainably? What are the connections and collaborations that will help you?
For information see the latest briefing from Senscot. https://senscot.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Community-Tourism-1.pdf
Come along and hear from industry support groups as well as case studies from other social enterprises. This event is aimed at social enterprise and third sector organisations and their registration will be given priority but attendees are welcome from other sectors.
Date: 31st May 2018, start 10.00am to 2.30pm (includes a networking lunch) at Dundee and Angus College, Gardyne Road Campus.
The event is free to attend and is being supported by the Dundee and Angus Foundation
Learning Lunch at The Circle Dundee “Cultivating a creative climate with management and sales approaches!” Date: Wednesday 25th April Time: 12.30pm - 4pm Cost: £8.50 (+booking fee) per person
Ticket link: learning-lunch-at-thecircle.eventbrite.co.uk Join us at The Circle for an exciting learning lunch and facilitated networking opportunity to hear from two guest speakers who are leading the way in their respective fields and takeaway learning that will challenge you to think in new ways about your everyday business needs.
Join us at The Circle for an exciting learning lunch and facilitated networking opportunity to hear from two guest speakers who are leading the way in their respective fields and takeaway learning tha...
DSEN’s next network meeting will be held on HMS Unicorn on Thursday 26 April 2018 2pm-4pm. (Tea, coffee and registration from 1.45pm.)
The theme will be marketing and Alison Wright from Community Enterprise will be joining us for an insight into marketing planning.
Silver Stag will also be coming along to the Network meeting to share their experience of selling products and marketing. Silver Stag of Scotland is a Community Interest Company. They generate income through selling a range of products through their website and in person which include cuddly toys, their own tartan, soaps, candles, jewellery and clocks.
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